Supermarkets are finding it difficult to source pallets due to a global shortage of wood © Nils Hendrik Mueller via Getty Images
Supermarkets are finding it difficult to source pallets due to a global shortage of wood © Nils Hendrik Mueller via Getty Images

Taskforce formed to address Australian pallet shortage

1 November 2021

The Australian Food and Grocery Council has joined forces with two of the country’s largest supermarket chains to help solve a shortage of delivery pallets.

The supermarkets – Woolworth Group and Coles Group – are in turn partnering with smaller grocery chains and pallet makers to help alleviate the growing problem.

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